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1 Welcome to The true story of the study circles

2 From an old society to a new

3 Many people wanted to take part in the new industrial society

4 Study circles

5 Leader Circles The leader within the group – Facts from books, newspapers or other sources – Eager to use the knowledge

6 Correspendence Circles A teacher on distance – Eager to wait for feed back – dressed up for next challenge – A social group

7 Teacher Circles A skilled teacher available – Immediatly results and feed back on questions – Preparations individually at home

8 Characteristics A small group, often 6-12 participants A small group, often 6-12 participants Voluntary and motivated Voluntary and motivated Active participants Active participants Great responsibility for their own progress Great responsibility for their own progress Teachers and leaders as supporters rather than transferrers of knowledge Teachers and leaders as supporters rather than transferrers of knowledge

9 A mucic circle

10 A study circle in How to run our association

11 A language learning study circle

12 Hunters examination

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14 Is there still a character of study circles Free to plan their studies, voluntariness, small groups Teachers or leaders understanding and taking advantage of active participants A social, non formal atmosphere The participants needs are in focus

15 1.Searching for community and fellowship73% 2.To learn more in my subject68% 3.To meet new people52% 4.To improve my general knowledge45% 5.Develop our already existing group44% 6.Meet people for further contacts26% 7.To fulfil a mission in a club, network21% 8.Skill learning17% 9.Learning for a mission in a union15% Motives for participation in a circle

16 Who decides the contents in the circle? The circle leader and members together52% The circle leader29% The participants together11% The participants individually 4% I dont know 4%

17 forms much used in our circle We talked a lot out of the leaders knowledge39% We talked a lot out of texts25% The leader told us a lot39% The leader showed us much how to do43% We had a lot of solution of problems15% We looked a lot on films, videos, photos etc10% We had a lot of home works16% We had a lot of tests 4%

18 Impacts in a short run Knowledge/skill73,8% Individual progress58,7% Social community/fellowship58,7% Continue to study the subject63,2% Join a new study circle63,2% Apply for a longer education14,2% To earn my living from this subject 8,9%

19 Impacts in a long perspective Continue to study the subject65% Join other study circles50% Take part in the society20% Apply for a long education18% Join a network or association18% To earn my living from this subject12%

20 Will there still be a need for a non formal study circle tomorrow? Between generations – Differences in needs or background – Other knowledge – Alternative methods – Needs to be together or ….

21 Other forms than study circles complete the outfit – like cultural programs and other learning activities


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